May The 4th Be With You

Games @ PI is celebrating Star Wars Day with a Star Wars Sale

Hey PI-Fans,

A long long time ago in a galaxy not so far away, “May the 4th Be With You” was originally coined in the far-away land of the United Kingdom to mark the ascension to Prime Minister of a certain Margaret Thatcher. (Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka?)
His name is Kettch, and he’s an Ewok.
Now, we better know May the 4th as Star Wars Day. What is Star Wars Day you ask? Here’s an explanation by Star Trek Voyager’s Tim Russ.
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Those of you following from home would know we announced a sale of 10% off all Star Wars products on May the 4th to celebrate the Star Wars Day. Sadly we realize Star Wars Day is (shockingly) not a public holiday and some customers have left feedback that they can’t make it on the day…Oh, yes. Determined to fight. You should hear him say, ‘Yub, yub.’ He makes it a battle cry.
We feel your pain. After all why should anyone be deprived of Star Wars for something as mundane as work?
I’m going to get you, Janson.
So. Here’s how it’s going to work.

From now until the end of May the 4th, we’ll extend our 10% off all Star Wars branded merchandise to any customer who comes to store, goes to the counter staff and proclaims:

“YUB YUB, COMMANDER!”

So, in the mean time, keep those blasters firing and those lightsabers swinging folks and have a great Star Wars Day!

– Kenneth, Games @ PI Manager Yub, yub, Commander.

Just for the record by the way, his name Is Kettch.